Opening the ‘black box’ of protection and reintegration interventions for trafficking survivors in Myanmar: A realist evaluation of World Vision’s Anti-Trafficking in Persons (A/TIP) program
This study evaluates how World Vision’s (WV) Anti-Trafficking in Persons (A/TIP) programming, aimed to strengthen protection and reintegration services for survivors of trafficking in Myanmar. It employs a realist evaluation of the second phase of A/TIP, which was implemented between 2019-2021. It analyses WV’s administrative data and interviews with survivors and case managers to identify how core elements of the programs influence the outcomes, examines the main contextual influences.. The study findings develop the program-specific Theory of Change and articulate WV’s program model in detailed and replicable ways, which can be used for future programming and potential adaptation for other settings.
Trafficking interventions, realist evaluation, survivors of trafficking.
Forced labor, reintegration, well-being, empowerment